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C&C Generals ordered to 2003

EA’s long-awaited 3D Command & Conquer takes a little bit longer than expected

Westwood's Command & Conquer series has been awaiting an evolution for years, and according to the publisher, it can certainly wait a couple of months more. After the brilliant-but-arguably-a-bit-lazy Tiberian Sun three years ago, and the good-but-this-is-taking-the-piss-now Red Alert 2 two years ago, we've had only rubbish Renegade and Yuri's Revenge to keep us ticking over - it's time to wage war again. But despite looking incredible in the corporate mosh pit that was this year's EA Play event, Westwood is holding the game back to apply a bit more spit and polish, and hopes to have the game on store shelves by the end of January. Hurry up, chaps!

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